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5 signs your date is a financial mess

Your date won't talk about finances, and the last time you went out to eat your date's credit card was denied. Should you be worried? Maybe. Here are five signs your date is hiding financial woes from you.

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The Best States for Banking 2015

This year's study of the best states for banking finds Kansas wresting the top spot from Missouri.

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9 questions to ask before taking on debt

Borrowing money can be too easy at times, but asking some challenging questions can help you stop it from becoming too much of a habit.

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America's Best Rates 1Q 2015: Savings account rates rise -- for some

Some banks are getting a jump on the Fed by raising rates now, but they are still the exceptions rather than the rule.

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Preparing your finances in advance of any Fed announcements can help you avoid being caught flat-footed when rates finally climb.

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